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going to the bottom of the ninth inning. rajai davis first up. then coco crisp and brandon guyer against aroldis chapman, who struck a ramirez to end the eighth. ball one up. 102. >> john: what could have been. when this game started for the cubs, getting the run in the first inning. some four hours ago and hitting the wrong cutoff guy, allowed because becomes to get on the scoreboard with bryant rounding third. you and i both thought, no chance. maybe at the plate. have the right cutoff man been hit. had a lot of chances to score more. credit the cleveland pitchers. >> joe: there's a strike.
5 2/3. one run, two hits. took until the sixth inning for the indians to get their first hit. montgomery was terrific. two innings, no runs, two hits. for strike us. and now chapman. rajai davis on 2-1. chase did. 2-2. >> john: i can only imagine. as a hitter, used it yourself -- tell yourself stay down, stay down. and then above and you think you've got a chance. >> joe: davis 0 for 1. 0 for 2. one away in the ninth. and chapman will deal with coco crisp.
>> joe: both of these guys were in tandem with yankees. traditional style. chapman pretty much one inning at a time. now miller, they've been separated. compete here in the world series. miller can do a little bit more. the indians have used him unconventionally. still a closer but pitching in a different situation. >> joe: strike one. 102 pitch cast powered by mlb advanced media. pitch cast gave you a look at the 100 to pitch to and they at-bat for davis. strike two for crisp. >> john: oh. 89-mile an hour slider.
>> john: at some point, these games, it's going to come down to a one run. somebody has to close the game out. so far, it's been a little breathing room for both teams. >> joe: on friday night, a matchup of josh tomlin, the right-hander, against kyle hendricks. lights out in and a big challenge for josh tomlin. hendricks at home 10-3, including the postseason with a 1.37 e.r.a. terry word on the right, john cusack on the left. trying to get their own video of the cubs first world series win since 1945.
started by somebody other than kluber. they got a kluber the advantage going and will be with the cubs and kyle hendricks. here comes the 2-1 pitch to guyer. 3-1. >> john: he may look timid and scared, but he's not. hendricks. he and he is a student of the game and certainly has had an unbelievable year. >> joe: two-out walk. game 2 continues. the number nine hitter, roberto perez. cleveland needs two more base runners to have a chance.
in the seventh inning. that was against montgomery. 0 for 2 against arrieta. trying to extend this game for terry francona, who is in danger of suffering his first loss as a manager in a world series. perez, runner goes. no throw. >> john: last minute had to get out of the way. anticipating what was not going to happen. a throw down. you can't tell contreras that. he wants to show off his gun anytime he can. >> joe: fielder's choice. no stolen bases given to guyer.
get back there. i've got it. >> joe: javier baez comes in. he had to come in a long way. he's about 75 feet away. he's way out in shallow right. >> john: that's energy. >> joe: time called. >> john: time called. i think we have set the all-time world series record. it's unofficial. >> joe: popped up, right side. rizzo will watch it go into the seats. cleveland down to their final
javier baez is one hundred eighty two feet from home plate. >> john: he is just having fun. >> joe: you know how chapman wants to end this. with a punch out. you know what roberto perez wants to do? extended and give these fans that have watched through a cold night here in cleveland some hope. chapman. ground ball to short. addison russell. the cubs have event the series. 5-1 win in a four hour, four minute game. the arrieta beats bauer and ts beat the indians. >> john: it's going to be a good one, the next three days.
>> joe: chapman goes an inning and a third. two strikeouts, one walk. indians strand eight, the cubs stranded 13 runners on tonight. behind jake arrieta, the reigning cy young award winner. they got the early lead. they added to it. and they have event the series by splitting here in cleveland. friday night, wrigley field and can't wait. jake arrieta wins his first game of this postseason. and the second of his postseason career, and with that, we will go to tom verducci. speak of thanks, joe. kyle schwarber, two days ago, you are playing in the arizona
pitching in 200 days. now you are in the world series. three hits in seven at-bats, two rbis tonight. can you please tell me how that's possible? >> you live for this moment. this is the moment you want to be in. this is the ultimate goal, the world series. to win at all. a lot of emotions going into it. a lot of adrenaline. you just try to put yourself in the best situation every at-bat and just go from there. >> tom: the offensive approach tonight aft cubs get eight walks, 37 foul balls, 22 of those on two strike counts. how good was the approach tonight against cleveland pitching? >> it was great. like we said, we ran into a good pitcher yesterday and today we wanted to stay with our approach. we put in great at-bat yesterday, great at-bats today. the results were in our favor. >> tom: friday night, wrigley field will host its first
you know national league rules, no dh. will you be able to play in the field? do you expect to be in the starting lineup friday night? >> i don't know. we are going to take it day by day and see where it takes us. >> tom: do you feel like physically you would be able to do it? >> i don't know. i haven't tried it. i might try it and see what happens and we'll go from there. >> tom: we will be watching. thank you. congratulations. >> joe: he's a great kid. it's a he was right there front and center tonight for the chicago comes. he came up with rbi hits in the third and fifth. jake arrieta gets postseason win number three in his career. he had one in the wild card game last year, one against st. louis in the division series, was winless in the nlcs, winless this postseason. the reaction from murphy's bleachers in chicago where they
thrilled. series is tied at one game apiece. cleveland won last night. final of 6-0. chicago tonight 5-1. to wrigley we go. to kevin burkhardt and the guys we take you now. >> kevin: thanks very much. welcome to the postgame show. frank thomas, pete rose, alex rodriguez. we have a lot to do coming up. more reaction from the field of this cubs victory to get back in this world series and tie things up at 1. will come back with that, analyze this game. kyle schwarber, jake arrieta. what can you say? the cubs came here to do what they had to do. take one of two. they go home to wrigley on friday night and we've got ourselves a world series tied a. cubs win came 2 in cleveland. back in a moment to talk about
>> kevin: welcome to the postgame show presented by "lethal weapon." cubs take game number 25-1 over the indians. we've got a world series all tied up at one game apiece. a reminder, for continuing we will be there in just a moment. kyle schwarber has turned into willis reed. he is back and dominating. it's impressive. >> frank: amazing. two big hits, two rbis. runs scored. amazing. that's all i can say. amazing. >> joe: it's impressive,
>> pete: star in the world series. that's amazing. >> alex: he is a difference maker. he brings swagger, body language. watching him tonight, he looks like their most dangerous and best hitter. >> kevin: he does. you have to look at what schwarber did. a double yesterday, drew a walk. a couple good at-bats against miller and tonight, two more hits. he drove in two. it's incredible what he's you heard tom verducci ask at the end of the game. he spent cleared to play and played dh and pinch-hit, run. is he going to be in the field? is he going to be able to play in the field? joe maddon is going to want to try to play him. >> alex: i don't see how the cubs and joe joe maddon. let jason heyward finish.
what you're hoping for is that kyle hendricks, only given up five home runs at home. let him go home -- >> pete: i can't believe he came from arizona i never took any fly balls. what did he do? stay in the batting cage >> kevin: he got cleared like 10 minutes ago. >> frank: i understand how important the bais see him going to left field on friday. you come back from an injury like that, the worst thing he can do is try to move left or right. i don't see him playing but he will be ready for a big offensive situation late in the ball game. >> alex: i would put him in left field. play on the track, don't dive, don't slide. those would be my marching orders. >> frank: i understand that
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news at 10 starts now closed captioning will resume shortly plus... first hockey... then football... now maybe basketll who's working to attract a n-b-a team to our city... closed captioning will resume shortly this is fox5 news at 10. local. las vegas. the chicago cubs step up to the plate -- in game two of the world series... defeating the cleveland indians... five to one.
the world series means big business for local sports books. people all across the valley are putting down bets for their favorite team. fox5's faith tanner is live at the south point sports book where people have been monitoring those bets. faith?? a lot of regulars here tonight... they tell me anytime a sports championship like the world series is on.... it makes the experience at the sports book even more exciting. sot: g series great teams it's exciting baseball fans hanging out at sports books across the valley for game 2 of the world series. while some came out just to catch all the action on the big screens... sot: "i didn't gamble on them i'm not much of a gambler i just want to see a good series" most hope that a good series also means good bets. they're putting some money down
team... at least favorite team for the night sot: "today it's cleveland.. tomorrow it could be chicago" at south point sports book fans say win or lose it's an exciting series and there's no where else they'd rather watch it. sot: it's a nice gathering and it's a nice getaway" sot: chuck esposito is a sports book manager at sunset station casino. he says the world series games are a home run for his businesses. sot: the atmosphere has been unbelievable almost like that big game they play in february. a lot of excitement a lot of cheering people hooting and hollering in the book the hype has been amazing. esposito says the match up between the cubs and indians is competitive and unpredictable. sot: we're seeing good 2 way action in this series the indians were 25 to 1 to win before the season started to
where the cubs were the favorite so both teams you've seen fan bases that are tremendous and have had long droughts. and the advice from these sports book regulars on betting on the world series? do some homework and don't be afraid to take a chance. sot: "do a little research. baseball it's all pitching" sot : "take your shot.. anything can happen" closed captioning will resume shortly the world series is now tied... one to one. game three of the world series is this friday in wrigley field. you can watch it right here on fox five. it starts at five p-m. we will have a special edition show before and after the game. las vegas is
professional team -- the n-h-l team set to drop the puck on its inaugural season next year. but -- now we know about efforts to court an n-b-a team to las vegas. during an interview set to air on radio station "k-n-p-r"... m-g-m resorts international c- e-o jim murren said he's actively pursuing an n-b-a team to relocate here. however -- he did not say which team he's looking into. murren is a partner in the t- mobile arena... which opened back in april. the arena will be home to the new n-h-l franchise. he did not say if the n-b-a team as well. fox five reached out to m-g-m... a spokesperson told us murren is not available to talk about it on camera. this comes just a few weeks after the state approved a nearly two billion dollar n-f-l stadium.
fair weather clouds across southern nevada today. high temperatures are trending above average for this time of year with low 80s around the las vegas valley. skies remain partly cloudy overnight with low temperatures in the 60s. clouds will continue to increase on thursday as a system off the pacific approaches our area. we'll keep it dry on thursday with partly to mostly cloudy skies; high temperatures hold in the mid to low 80s. showers will move into the area on friday, with the best chance during the afternoon hours. it will also turn to 30 mph. saturday will feature more sunshine before another system brings more clouds and gusty winds on sunday. wind gusts up to 40 mph are forecast with the chance of a few showers; mainly over our local mountains and for areas north of the las vegas valley. winds calm down for halloween night with temperatures in the 60s for trick-or- treating. you'll notice some major detours on your commute.... as project neon continues construction at
this particular phase is called... "carnado" fox 5s cyndi lundeberg is live near one of the areas drivers need to know about... carnado begins tonight at 10 p-m. and we are at one of the off ramps that is going to be affected.... the martin luther king off ramp from i-15 north and south... and 95 northbound to mlk will also be closed... but that's not it.... i-15 north and south to the 95 will be clsoed. this is all a part of the billion dollar widening of the spaghetti bowl which began in april. n-dot says 350 people will be working to get this project done including engineers and construction crews. 20 pieces of heavy machinery including a 50 ton crane. "tony illia- we also wanna get he mesasge through 1-5 us 95 there will be
these couple ramps budget extra time " so while this may be a headache now... ndot says it will reduce your commute when finished by 30percent. expect these delays for the next 120 days.... n- dot expects to february of next year. if theres any good news... its that ndot says msot of the construction will take place at night and on weekends. coming up at 10... if you typically ake any of these routes... we'll tell you about the detours youll wanna know about. reportinglive clffnll this is one of three major
going to see during project neon. there will be more closures on the 95 later on in 2017... and one in 2018 along the i-15. the project is on schedule and will wrap up in 2019. and to stay up to date with the latest traffic conditions... you can find our traffic map on the fox five vegas app. it's free in app stores. up next... a warning to homeowners to watch for people pretending to be maintenance workers. what they're telling customers -- to get inside their homes... plus... if you d selfie after voting... did it really happen? we'll have a look at what voters should and should not do at the polls. "nats of car..." "yeah baby were getting it" looking for the thrill of it! we'll show you the driving experience several cancer survivors had... with a nascar
checks and good decent americans have a right to bear arms. bad guys? criminals? the dangerously mentally ill? we've made it way too easy for them to buy guns. we have a loophole where dangerous people can walk into a gun show and buy a gun, no questions asked. after that, they could walk into my house, or yours. and i'd rather they didn't have a gun. vo: yes on question 1. it's hard to make the past dissappear,
all of his failed runs for congress, senate, and secretary of state. ...and the shady record that killed his chances every time. the property taxes tarkanian skipped out on for years... the telemarketing scammers he represented... all those fake charities he helped set up. he can try all he wants, but danny tarkanian just can't bury his past.
people are posing as water district employees to try to get inside your house! that's according to the las vegas valley water district. they say the impersonators go door to door claiming to work for the company... then ask to go inside customers' homes to test water samples and tap water. the district says workers will not ask to enter your home for any reason... and they never request or collect payments at your home. employees also wear i-d badges with an employee number. those concerned about someone pretending to be from the water district should directly call them. in this digital age... if you didn't snap a picture... it didn't happen. but that's getting some people in trouble this election season! singer justin timberlake made headlines when he snapped a selfie from inside a voting booth earlier this week. technically... he broke a tennessee law! fox 5's kathleen jacob spent the day with early voters and learned all the dos and don'ts of voting in nevada. ll: a selfie with elvis is fine but once you get back to the polls... this is a
jg: we don't allow any selfies inside the voting machines. (nat wrong big x sound over jt selfie) as: i think you're free to take a picture afterwards of your little sticker, which i probably will in a minute. (nat check mark) that's the right answer! also nevadan's can get in trouble for taking a picture of their mail in ballot,,, so don't do that either. jg: you shouldn't be talking to your neighbor about the decisions your making on your screen. i saw lots of people breaking this rule today... (nat x) don't ask your neighbor... ask a poll worker if you have a question. (nat check) as: i did not bring my sample ballot with me and i'm really regretting i didn't. (nat x) fill out your sample ballot before you head to the polls... and bring it with you! this makes the process go much more smoothly. (nat check) what about kids? can they tag along? jg: be careful that they're not pressing any buttons that you don't want them to press. sure! just make sure they don't touch your machine... or anyone else's. (nat check) so yes to sample ballot, no to talking to neighbors, and yes to selfies...after you leave the
seeing all my friends post selfies with their i just voted sticker so i guess i have to do the same thing. another thing to keep in mind, if you're protesting or picketing in favor of your candidate, a lot of locations have a distance barrier of up to 100 feet, so that's pretty far away but its all to make sure everything runs as smoothly as possible. kathleen jacob...fox5news... local. las vegas. you can find the full list of early voting sites around the valley. just head to fox five vegas dot com. several breast cancer survivors took a ride on the las vegas motor speedway... with a nascar driver behind the wheel! it's part of the "survivor ride" with the richard petty driving experience and maverick helicopters. fox five's jason westerhaus shows us what it was like for them on the track. closed captioning
24/7, with chief meterologist ted pretty it's a mix of sun and fair weather clouds across southern nevada today. high temperatures are trending above average for this time of year with low 80s around the las vegas valley. skies remain partly cloudy overnight with low temperatures in the 60s. clouds will continue to increase on thursday as a system off the pacific approaches our area. we'll keep it dry on thursday with partly to mostly cloudy skies; high temperatures hold in the mid to low 80s. showers will move into the
during the afternoon hours. it will also turn breezy with gusts 20 to 30 mph. saturday will feature more sunshine before another system brings more clouds and gusty winds on sunday. wind gusts up to 40 mph are forecast with the chance of a few showers; mainly over our local mountains and for areas north of the las vegas valley. winds calm down for halloween night with temperatures in the 60s for trick-or- treating. closed captioning
police are celebrating halloween a little early this year. officers are dressing up as pumpkins, and hitting the streets. hear the important message behind this demonstration... and what they are giving out this year to help keep young trick or treaters safe. and see how one renovation will help more than one thousand hungry locals get the food they need.
jim dunlap: too many nevada police officers have been killed in the last few years. the
truth is, we make it too easy for criminals and the dangerously mentally ill to buy guns. they get them at gun shows or online from strangers, no questions asked. so here's something we can do to honor the fallen: close the background check loophole. that will help prevent future cop killings. it works. in states that have closed the loophole,
hecks save lives. v.o.: yes on question one. hillary clinton: far too many
families today don't earn what they need and don't have the opportunities they deserve. i believe families deserve quality education for their kids, childcare they can trust and afford, equal pay for women, and jobs they can really live on. people ask me what will be different if i'm president? well kids and
were also treated to blinking pumpkins so they can be safe trick or treating. "we're giving them these pumpkins, you can't see right now, that flash, but they flash and they strobe so you can see them. and remind the kids to say thank you when they get candy (pumpkin says something) as you see. the blinking baskets can be seen up to a hundred yards away. law enforcement is giving out 13- hundred of them at events before the holiday. kids at university medical center will get into the halloween spirit thanks to kindergarteners from the meadows school. this morning students dropped off 30 painted pumpkins for the young patients. the pumpkins are given to kids who have to skip out on halloween because of an illness. they were also treated to a song and dance performed by the students. it's a school tradition that's been going on for the last 20 years. a local food pantry got a major makeover... allowing more famlies to get the food and help they need. (all say 1,2,3, catholic charities! and then cut ribbon, applause) catholic charities
expanion of the "hands of hope" community food pantry with a ribbon cutting ceremony hundreds of volunteers served up 12- hundred meals. the expansion means the charity can serve 33- percent more families than they do now. "it helps a tremendous amount especially like with the baby and the kids and coming here, even during the holidays, thanksgiving, christmas, it's definitely beneficial to my family catholic charities serves more than a hundred people every day... and between 3 and 4 thousand people a month. they are also collecting turkeys for thanksgiving... and hope to give away four thousand turkeys this season. coming up... a woman shot to death on the sidewalk... and the suspect is still out there. we hear from a witness about what he saw before the shots were fired... and what type of car police say the suspect may have driven away in. and... donald trump mixes business with the campaign trail.
international hotel" officially opened its doors near the white house. why the republican nominee says it's an example of what he could do for the country. plus... what was supposed to be a lesson on wasteful spending... turns out be a life-changer for one couple! how much money a man won buying a lottery ticket... after his wife told him not to. i served under president bush and obama. i fought the taliban. i was asked to form a global coalition to counter isil. when someone makes the comment that they know more about the islamic state or isil than do
the generals, it implies a complete ignorance of the reality. but i believe secretary clinton really understands the threat
and i believe she understands how to wield american power to ultimately defeat this threat and to keep us safe. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. we've learned a lot about how joe heck works. follow the money. he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip" and took almost $700,000 from
wall street, including some of the same banks who caused the crisis. and then there's money he's taken from payday lenders who charge 521% interest. heck co-sponsored legislation atory practices. add it all up, and joe heck is working for corporate special interests. and that doesn't work for nevada. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this adve we've got a choice to make. jacky rosen wants to build an economy that works for all of us, creating good jobs, expanding solar energy, and improving our schools. but with danny tarkanian, you can't escape the sleaze.
the woman was shot in the head. the marking of one of the bullets still visible on this wall. the man who called 9-11 says that woman's lifeless body is a sight he'll never forget." charlie carlisi: "that looks like the shoulder, that looks like the head, and thats where all the blood went." all thats left is a stain on the side walk - but what happened is seared in charlie carlisi's memory charlie carlisi: "maybe mid twenties, laying in a puddle of blood. she was shot right behind the ear. and she wasnt moving." carlisi heard two gun shots just before one this morning and stepped outside to see what happened. carlisi: i went back to the house and got my phone. and called 9-11 and then i came over to see if she was breathing or moving. abby: so it happened right here? carlisi: yeah - this is where it happened. police say a woman in her twenties - was shot to death- laying in a puddle of her own blood. police say it could have been domestic related. her killer- could have taken off in a gray four door car. lt dan mcgrath;
leaving, right after the gun shots. people hear the gun shots - they look out and see a car. so we can associate the car was passing through the area. maybe it was a witness or the car could be involved. carlisi says he never saw that car but it doesnt change what happened charlie carlisi: its concerning especially when you dont know what happened - is it a domestic thing or is it a random thing? "this is metro's 140th homicide this year. abby theodros fox5news local las vegas." if you have information that can help police solve this murder, call crimestoppers at 703-385-55-55. the suspect in a brutal murder in oklahoma is still on the loose. police say micha vance killed his aunt and uncle... shot two police officers... stole a patrol car... and then took to facebook live during his escape to talk about the crimes. "you knew this would happen, i would get my guns, i would come, you're just lucky it went down this way..." during the manhunt -- reports that vance was headed to las vegas started to make their way around social media... but metro police and the fbi's office here in las vegas tell fox5 those rumors are not true... and there is no evidence vance is
police say anywhere from two to six people were involved in a shooting this afternoon at an apartment complex. it happened on east karen avenue and south van patten street, just north of the las vegas country club. people who live there said they heard at least six shots... and that there have been several other shootings in the area before. at this point police said they don't know if the suspects were shooting at each other. they're still investigating and don't have any suspect information. uhmmm... there's some shootings every now and again. yeah. there is. i've got an 8 month old child, she's not out playing yet, but you know. it's definitely alarming. yeah it is. police said multiple witnesses stayed on scene to give statements to investigators. so far, nobody has been reported injured in the shooting. some members of the california national guard will not have to pay back re- enlistment bonuses for now. u-s defense secretary ash carter suspended "all efforts to collect reimbursements". the bonuses were awarded to the soldiers ten years
and they were asked to pay them back. the california national guard says these soliders should not have received these bonuses... some as much as 15-thousand dollars. the government says many of the soldiers did not know they weren't eligable for the money. carter didn't outline specifics... but said the pentagon hopes to resolve all cases no later than july first of next year. vice president joe biden will campaign for hillary clinton in the silver state this weekend he'll make a push for early voting in reno and las vegas on saturday. in-person voting ends on friday november fourt first -- biden will stop at the southwest regional council of carpenters -- near sunset and valley view. the event starts at eleven in the morning. and house speaker paul ryan will also be in town on saturday -- to campaign for congressman cresent hardy. he will speak to supporters at the pearson community center at 11:30 a-m. that's near carey and m-l-k. ryan and hardy will then go door to door to encourage people to get out and vote. donald trump took a break from the campaign
hotel in the nation's capital. after two years of renovations... the trump international hotel officially opened in washington d-c. it's just four blocks from the white house. the republican nominee and his family were on- hand for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. trump says the hotel's success is the same type of success he can create as the country's president. "my theme today is five words. under budget and ahead of schedule. that's what we did. so important. you don't hear that with government contract required completion by 2018. ahead of schedule and under budget. this is what i want to do for our country. working so hard to do." the luxury property has more than 200 rooms for 400
and on the other side of the country... a man dressed in a construction vest destroyed donald trump's star -- on the hollywood walk of fame. here's video of the man taking a sledgehammer and pick-axe to the star. the damage made it impossible to read trump's name. today -- workers cleaned it up and replaced it with a temporary star. police say they have not identified the man responsible. local reports say someone is claiming to be the culprit... and plans to auction off part of the star. this is the third time the star has been vandalized this election season. and... a bizarre story out of wisconsin. check out this video of a man in his underwear setting a trump sign on fire. the couple who put up the sign says they were shocked to find it destroyed. they plan to put up an even bigger sign. google "fiber" puts a pause on its expansion into new markets... and plans to layoff some of its employees. the decision was announced by the c-e-o of "access" -- the division that includes fiber. in 2010... google fiber promised to give customers